Posts Tagged ‘protected structure’

Revised Application for Prominent Corner Site in Clane, Co. Kildare

July 8, 2010

Following the previous refusal from An Bord Pleanala a revised application has now been lodged with Kildare County Council for a mixed use development at the junction of Main Street, Ballinagappa and Kilcock Road in Clane. It is proposed to construct a two storey mixed use building with four ground floor retail units totalling 251sqm and four first floor offices facing the Kilcock Road.  The development also involves the reconstruction of the existing stone barn and it’s change of use to an office.  The stone barn is a Protected Structure.

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An Bord Pleanala grant permission for mixed-use development at Corscaddens Hotel, Kilcock, Co. Kildare

March 26, 2010

An Bord Pleanala have upheld the decision of Kildare County Council to grant permission for large-scale works at Corscaddens Hotel, Church Street, Kilcock (protected structure).  The proposed mixed use development consisted of bar, lounge, function room, restaurant, conference and meeting rooms and kitchens and creche and 84no. residential units.  In deciding not to accept the inspector’s recommendation to refuse permission the Board had regard to the revised proposals submitted by the developer, did not agree that the proposed development was introverted, and considered having regard to the town centre zoning of the site, its proximity to Kilcock railway station and the reduction in residential units in the revised proposal, that car parking provision on site was acceptable.

Appeal lodged in relation to works to public house in Athy, Co. Kildare

January 23, 2010

A third party appeal has been lodged by Peter Norton and Margaret Kane in relation to retention works and new works at no.12 Leinster Street, Athy, Co. Kildare.  No.12 Leinster Street is a protected structure. Kildare County Council had granted permission for the devlopment.